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    ridiculously cool. A chopped top would be nice, too. My only complaint (if you can call it that) - I would have done it to a 300 with a HEMI...
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    wow thats ermm [fake smile but slightly sick face] nice? [/fake smile but slightly sick face]
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    we too wish the car had been a hemi, however this is what the customer bought. As for plans to 'thug out" the car's exterior, we are not there yet. Big plans inside. needless the say the factory wheels will be going away and the color will be changed also. Cost for the door conversion "turn-key" is $7500.00. Near 200 hours to do properly.

    CP

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    Makes me want to buy a 300c just so I can do that!

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    Suicide doors > "Lambo" doors.
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    Looks like you guys do good work.....good job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiggs
    Suicide doors > "Lambo" doors.

    I saw a Neon with the front doors where Lambo and that back doors where suicide, looked sweet(for a neon)

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    suicide doors-300c

    Dear Sir or Madam,
    we are a Tuning Company from Germany and
    we are interested in the sucide doors for the chrysler 300C...It will be really kind of you if you could help us because our aim is to make a car like this. We want to know if there are a specific sucide door kit for the 300C...and we want to know if we could get some informations from you reffering to the workingprocess, how to handle it exactly in the technical way! We are looking forward to hear from you and hope that you could help us.(where to buy the kit,
    exact pictures of the working process and so on...)

    kind regards
    Judy

    schalk-tuning@web.de

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    That looks awesome.

    I can't wait to see the finished product. Hint hint.

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    I think that it looks really nice. I can't wait to see it finished. If done right this could look very, very nice. Too bad it wasn't a HEMI.

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    Good job, pity you couldn't remove the pillars from between the doors. That would have made the look all the more unique.
    At slight risk of having a saggy middle
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    Quote Originally Posted by ST-Germany
    Dear Sir or Madam,
    we are a Tuning Company from Germany and
    we are interested in the sucide doors for the chrysler 300C...It will be really kind of you if you could help us because our aim is to make a car like this. We want to know if there are a specific sucide door kit for the 300C...and we want to know if we could get some informations from you reffering to the workingprocess, how to handle it exactly in the technical way! We are looking forward to hear from you and hope that you could help us.(where to buy the kit,
    exact pictures of the working process and so on...)

    kind regards
    Judy

    schalk-tuning@web.de
    Why on earth would they want to tell you this information?

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    why not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ST-Germany
    why not?
    They're a company that makes money from selling conversions like this. Do you think that they're going to freely tell a potential competitor exactly how they did it? They just spent thousands of dollars perfecting the kit. Companies don't openly give away critical engineering details out of the goodness of their hearts. Sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Egg Nog
    They're a company that makes money from selling conversions like this. Do you think that they're going to freely tell a potential competitor exactly how they did it? They just spent thousands of dollars perfecting the kit. Companies don't openly give away critical engineering details out of the goodness of their hearts. Sorry.
    Ah, The voice of reason indeed.

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